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I Friday, September 20, 1991 I I IF CINCINNATI FNQUIRER MetroB-7 Obituaries 5 Death Notices Death Notices Death Notices F&snerals IIKENEY CKBIIAKDT Edmund F. (Ted), beloved husband of Janet Ghory Gebhardt, dear brother of Ann Fullerton, also survived by numerous nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews. Sunday, Philip M. Meyers Jr., 59 I5i:ns Edyar A , beloved husband of the late Marie C (nee Upper!) Beds, dear father of Jack E. Belts, dear grandfather of Janice Belts, Linda Wong and Michael Bells. Monday, September 16, 1991. Resident of Carmel Manor, Private funeral services were held at the Rohde & Kelsch Funeral Home, 7312 Beechmont Ave., 45230. I'or ninri! (.ompleki information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice helmv. Helen (nee Link), beloved wife ot the late Raymond P Heeney, loving mother ot Gerald J. and the late Richard E. Heeney, also survived by 12 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Thursday, September 19, 1991. No visitation. Mass of Christian Burial 11:15 A.M., Saturday at St. Williams Church. Donations may be made to the Carmel Manor Nursing Home. Grueter Funeral Home in charge ot September 15, 1991. No visitation. Memorial service II A.M., Saturday at the Church of Our Saviour. Donations nay be IBusihessman served on zoo board as his father did before him I'l'X'KKAI. iioMi-: NAMI' TIMK I1ATK made to the Church of Our ;BY ANN JOHNSTON HAAS Saviour or the New Life Youth Services Inc., 6128 Madison Rd., Rohde & Kelsch BETTS. Edgar A. IThe Cincinnati Enquirer BITNER. Orville tee 10:00A.M. Sept 21 Thomas Memorial Cincinnati, OH 45227. Gilligan Funeral Home in charge of ar BOGGS, Thursey 1 1:00AM, Sept 21 bans rangements. 1 h mcycis jr., wno naa toiiowed his lather s (example as a community leader, died of cancer COtLET, Gretchen t. 9:30A.M. Sept 21 Nurre Bros, DOLLENMAYER, Catherine B. LAWSON Paul E, beloved husband of Joetta Hardwlck Lawson, devoted father of Mrs. David (Vicky) Bientz, dear grandfather of Paul, Randy and Carrie Bientz, dear brother of Betty Berzsenyi of Georgia and June Dennis of Middletown. Suddenly Wednesday, September 18, 10 00 A M Sept,;) John Quint & Sorts DOSSMAN, Adorn E. 11:00 A.M. Sept 21 Vitt, Stermer and BITNER Orville Lee, beloved husband of the late Jewell Adams Bitner, devoted father of Betfy Feller, Jlmmie Lee, Gerald, Ron and G.A. Bitner, also survived by eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, brother of Madge Stamper, Macie Blay-lock Stonecypher and Gladys Ryan. September 17, 1991. Age 76. 34 year resident of Ross-moyne. Retired machinist at General Electric. Friends may call at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd Kenwood, Friday 3-5 P.M. and 7-9 P.M. where funeral services will be Saturday, 10 A.M. ELLIS, Maude t. encuncauaj m vvcusprmg iwsing nome m Hartwell. i Mr. Meyers, 59, had served as president of the Cincinnati Zoo, Cincinnati Park Board, Harvard Club ;of Cincinnati, Cincinnatus Society and the American Jewish Committee. j He had served on the boards of Star Bank, College iof Mount St. Joseph, Jewish Hospital, Better Business Bureau, Jewish Welfare Fund and Rockdale Temple, f When his father died in lanuarv. Mr IVWprc 10:00 A M. Sept.21 Brough-Getts IMiamis- burg, OH) 1991. Residence Pleasant OILLMAN Leo (Dick), beloved husband of Joan (nee Hirt), father of Patricia Ott, Barbara Lamping, Heidi Keppler, Catherine Marshall, Michael and Daniel Gill-man, brother of Clara Langfer-man, Elsie Stenger and Alma Singer and Carl, Joe and Ralph Gillman, 14 grandchildren. Age 69. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Residence Brookville, IN. Mass of Christian Burial will be 1:30 P.M. (E S T ), Saturday at St. Michael's Catholic Church, Brookville. Visitation 4-8 P.M. (E.S.T.), Friday at Cook Funeral Home, Brookville, IN with Rosary at 7:30 P.M. Memorials to charity of donor's choice. FISCHER, Roland I. 10:30AM. Sept 23 Jackmon-Kerchevol FRECH, Winston O.I Ridge. Age 60 years. Funeral services at the Naegele, Kleb and Ihlendorf Funeral Home, 3900 Montgomery Road, Norwood, Saturday, September 21, at 10 A.M. Friends may call Friday, from 6 to 8 P.M. Melrose Lodge 671 F&AM and 2 00 PM. Sept 22 Dalbert and Woodrult Fashion Frocks Inc. and Meyers Development Corp. In the early 1960s, they began developing the Williamsburg apartment complex on Galbraith Road in Hartwell. After his father retired, Mr. Meyers built the nearby Evergreen Retirement Center. The centerpiece of Evergreen was the Meyers' 145-year-old family home, which the family donated to the complex. Mr. Meyers, of North Avondale, was a member of the Queen City and University clubs. He was a graduate of Lawrenceville (N.J.) Prep School and earned a bachelor's degree from Harvard in 1954 and a master's from Harvard Business School in 1960. Mr. Meyers is survived by his wife, Ann Levine Meyers of North Avondale; a son, Philip M. Meyers III of Mount Adams; two daughters, Lauren and Dawn Meyers, both of North Avondale; two sisters, Lynne Meyers Gordon of Mount Adams and Susan Meyers Falk of New York; and one grandchild. A funeral service is scheduled at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rockdale Temple, 8501 Ridge Road, Amberley Village. There will be no visitation. Burial will be at the United Jewish Cemetery, Montgomery. Memorials can be made to the Cincinnati Zoo, 3400 Vine St., Cincinnati 45220. GEBHARDT, Edmund F. 1 1:00 A M. Sept 21 Gilligan Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite will hold services Friday at 7:30 GIltMAN, teo 1:30PM. Sept 21 Coot IBroobille, INI P.M. Memorials may be directed to the Shriners Burns Insti GRIMS1EY, Beuloh E. 1 100 A M. Sept 2 1 Ulnch-FJter IDillsboro) HAWKINS, teila Kathryn tute or American Heart Association. Syrian Shrine and United Auto Workers kindly take notice. 1000AM. Sept 21 Rentrp said the older man had "endowed (him) with a lot of strong values, especially the need to give, to participate in the community and give of yourself." Ed Maruska, director of Cincinnati Zoo, said, "The zoo board is going to be a poorer place without a Meyers." The elder Meyers had served on the board many years, Maruska said. Maruska said Mr. Meyers resigned the board presidency for health reasons, but recently he had seemed better. "He was bark walkina 12 milps a HEENEY, Helen 11:15AM. Sept 21 Grueter BOCKS Thursey (nee Thacker), wife of the late Arnold Boggs, devoted mother of Patricia Folger, Georgia Chase, Jack and David Chaffins, grandmother of Dean-na and Gary Folger, Mark, Cheryl and Jeff Chaffins, sister of Lawrence, Clyde, Golden, Junior and Everett Simpkins. Wednesday, September 18, 1991. Residence Wayne Township. Services Evans Funeral Home, Milford, Saturday, September 21 at 11 A.M. Visitation Friday 7-9 P.M. MARTIN HENDRICKSON, Joan 1, 2:00PM, Sept.21 HG. Sho-ten HUDAK, Anna Sept 23 Schmidt-Dhonou CRIMSLEY Beulah E. (nee Warner). Of Moores Hill, IN. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 90. Funeral service Saturday, 11 A.M. (E.D.T.) at Moores Hill United Methodist Church, with visitation at the church from 10 A.M. until time of service. Memorials to the church or to the Moores Hill Lifesquad. Arrangements by Ulrich-Filter Funeral Home, Dillsboro, IN. Mrs. Lucille Bury, beloved wife of the late Courtney Martin, aunt of Mrs. Vera Riordan, Mrs. Lucille Christian and William Petrakos, dear friend of HUGHES, Evotouise 10:00 A M. Sept 21 Gump-Holt JACKSON, Katherine M. day," Maruska said. Mrs. Mary Ann Meyer. At her 11:00AM, Sept 21 Beyers Iteesburg, Ftl residence Covington, KY, Mr. Meyers and his father were principals in KRAMER, John A, Tredway-Pollitt, Inc. Wednesday, September 18, 1991, age 89. Services of Bless LAWSON, PoulE. 10:00A.M. Sept 21 Naegele, Kleb & Earle E. Bolce MARTIN, Lucille Bury 1 1 :00 A M. Sept 23 Allison & Rose Inc. ing at the Allison & Rose Funeral Home, Inc., Robbins St. and Madison Ave., Covington, KY, Monday, September 23 at 11 A.M. Interment Highland Cemetery, Ft. Mitchell, KY. Friends may call after 9 A.M. until hour of service Monday. Memorials may be made to the charity of MEYERS, Philip M. Jr. 2:00 P.M. Sept 22 Weil IRockdole Temple) MOBERG, Reynold L. 10:00A.M. Sept.20 Witt, Good & Kelsch COLLET Gretchen L., cherished daughter of the late Henry and Mary Riehm Collet. Wednesday, September 18, 1991. Age 91 years. Formerly of Pleasant Ridge. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the Mass of Christian Burial St. Margaret of York Church, 9495 Columbia Rd., Saturday, 9:30 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Nurre Bros. Funeral Home. MULLEN, James 1 1:00A.M. Sept.21 Schoeter & Busby your choice. McNEAR, Hester 9:00A.M. Sept 21 Colin Mortuary HAWKINS Leila Kathryn, devoted mother ot Donna Tanner and Eric Hawkins, grandmother of Brian La-mont Maddox, loving sister of Doris Jean Flack, a very best friend Phyllis Brown and a host of other relatives and friends. September 16, 1991. Friends may call at Morning Star Baptist Church, 722 Oak St., Saturday from 9 A.M. until time of funeral service at 10 A.M. Rev. Calvin Harper officiating. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. Renfro Funeral Service in charge of arrangements. BY STEVE HOFFMAN The Cincinnati Enquirer Earle E. Bolce, president of Bolce Paint Co. until it closed in February after 112 years, was found dead Tuesday in his apartment in Madison House, Hyde Park. Mr. Bolce, 57, died unexpectedly of natural causes, NEWMAN, Bill 10:00A.M. Sept.21 Argo, Bolton & Lunsford NORFLEET, Patricio Ann 9:30 A.M. Sept.21 Tredway-Pollitt, Inc. RUEBEL, Helen 1 1:00A M. Sept.2 1 Chos. A. Miller Sons SCHAAL, James A., M.D. W. Mack Johnson & McNEAR Hester, wife of the late Advest McNear, beloved niece of Alice Reeves, beloved cousin of Hazel Albert, Albert Taylor, Jr., Audrey Thomas, Estell Thomas and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services Saturday, 9 A.M. Chapel of Colin Mortuary. O.E.S. Chapter A.& A.S.R. Rebecca Court 3 take notice. according to his son, Beau Bolce of Hvde Park. He had Hannah-Tufts SKIDMORE, Charles Jr. 2:00 P.M. Sept.21 STALL, ThomosG. Sr. 130P M, Sept.20 Schmidt-Dhonou DOLLENIVIAYER Catherine B. (Hannon) Dollen-mayer, age 76. Wednesday, St. Raphael's Home where she was a resident. Former employee of Chateau Deenord. Member of Lay Order of Carmelites, preceded in death by husband George P. Dollenmay-er, survived by daughters Sally A. Dollenmayer and Mary Ellen Kinnuman, son-in-law Ronald Kinnuman, granddaughters Catherine Black, Kimberly Rose, Jennifer Zang, and Lisa THOMPSON, NorberlF. closed earlier this year. At the turn of the century, Bolce Paints was the leading paint manufacturer in a six-state area. When it closed, it was the third-largest family-owned manufacturer in the United States, said Beau Bolce. Earle Bolce was a 1951 graduate of Withrow High School and earned his degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1956. He studied two years at Miami University in Oxford and transferred to UC to work for the family business as a co-op student. After college, he served two years in the Army at San Antonio, Texas. Jane Snow of Madeira, office manager and secretary-treasurer of the company for five years, remembered Mr. Bolce as "very dedicated to his profession . . . demanding to work for, but easy to get along and work with." Also surviving Mr. Bolce are a daughter, Becky Bolce of Hyde Park, and a brother, Louis Bolce II of Walnut Hills. Services will be at 11 a.m. today in Norman Chapel at Spring Grove Cemetery, 4521 Spring Grove Ave., Winton Place. Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a.m. today at the chapel. Burial will be in the family plot at Spring Grove. 1000AM. Sept.21 Ralph Meyer & Deters VANDEN EYNDEN, FnedoC, 10:00A M. Sept 23 Thomas Memorial WEVER, Mabel 10:30A.M. Sept.21 Vitt, Stermer & HENDRICKSON Joan L. (nee Souders), loving wife of the late Frank Hen-drickson, devoted mother of Connie Smith, Shelley Tracy and the late Frank Hendrickson Jr., dear sister of Evelyn Rapp, Warren Souders and Jack Souders of Monroe, OH, grandmother of five. Suddenly, September 18, 1991. Visitation will be Friday from 6-8 P.M. with Eastern Star services at 7:30 P.M. at the H G. Shorten Funeral Home, 400 Reading Rd., Mason, OH where funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 P.M. Donations if desired may be made to the Mason United Methodist Church, 773 Mason-Montgomery Rd., Mason, OH 45050. moved to Hyde Park three weeks ago after living 22 years at Fox Run Estates, Indian Hill. He was preparing to leave on a six-week vacation following months of work spent closing the company because of competition and government regulations, said his son. The third generation involved in the family business, Earle Bolce succeeded his aunt, the late Florence Bell, as president in 1961. The business began in about 1840 as brothers Louis H. and William E. Bolce of O'Bryonville, who were house painters, would mix paint pigments at work sites. As their paints gained popularity, other painters would buy their products. In 1879, the brothers went full time into the paint manufacturing business at 2429 Gilbert Ave., Walnut Hills. The business was located in Fairfax when it MEYERS Philip M. Jr., 59, beloved husband of Ann Levine Meyers, devoted father of Philip M. Meyers III, Lauren and Dawn Meyers, dear brother of Susan Meyers Falk of NY and Lynne Meyers Gordon, loving grandfather of Bianca Gracanin. Services Rockdale Temple, 8501 Ridge Rd., Sunday, September 22 at 2 P.M. The family requests no visitation at their home. In lieu of other remembrances memorial contributions to the Cincinnati Zoo would be appreciated. ZOtLER, JonM. 9 30 A M. Sept 20 Vorhis Death Notices Death Notices MOBERC Reynold L. (Ron). Services TODAY, 10 A M. at Witt, Good & Kelsch Funerai Home. SKIDMORE Charles Jr. ot Blanchester. Visitation 6-9 P.M., Friday. Services 2 P.M., Saturday, Hannah-Tufts Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Blanchester. Janusz, grandsons Jeffrey Zang. Tony Coletta and Danny Janusz, great-grandchildren Amber and Kristina Rose, Charles A. Black, cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral Mass 10 A M., Saturday, St. Raphael's Home, 1550 Roxbury Rd. Burial St. Joseph Cemetery. Family will receive friends at the John Quint & Sons Funeral Home, 1177 W. Fitth Ave., Friday 7-9 P.M. Rosary 8 P.M., Friday. In lieu of other rememebrances donations may be made to St. Raphael's Home, 1550 Roxbury Rd., 43212 in her Memory. HIDAK Anna (nee Dvorznakl, beloved wife of the late Stephen J. Hu-dak, devoted mother of Mary Ml'LLEN James, beloved son of Thomas Mullen and Julia Simmons of Mather, PA, dear brother of Thomas Mullen of Cleveland, OH and Terry Mullen ot Waynesburg, PA, also leaves five nephews. Tuesday, September 17, 1991. Mass of Christian Burial, Saturday at 1 1 A.M. at St. Francis Seraph Church, Liberty 8. Vine, Downtown. Schaefer & Busby in charge of arrangements. Ann O Neil, Dr. William and the Marion O'Rourke late Edward Hudak, dear sister of Mary DeCourcy, Helen Buc- "ZOLLER Jon M beloved husband of Nancy Zoller, dear son of Alice Zoller and the late John Zoller, devoted father of Lisa Noelle Zoller. Tuesday, September 17, 1991. Age 55 years. Resident of Wyoming. Friends may call at the Vorhis Funeral Home, 1 1365 Springfield Pk., Springdale, Thursday 6-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. James of the Valley Church, Friday, September 20 at 9:30 A.M. Entombment at Spring Grove Cemetery Mausoleum. chico and George Dvorznak, 18 grandchildren, 22 great-grand STALL Thomas G. Sr., beloved husband of Edna (Nickie) Nicker-son Stall, dear father of Thomas G. Jr. and Lawrence S. Stall, grandtather ot five, brother of Chrystal Doerflein and Robert Stall. Resident of Reading. September 17, 1991. Age 70 Funeral service at the Hartzell United Methodist Church, 8999 Apple-wood Dr., Friday, September 20 at 1:30 P.M. Relatives and friends may call at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd., Reading, Thursday from 5-8 P.M. Reading V.F.W. service at the funeral home Thursday at 7 P.M. Memorials may be made to the Building Fund of Hartzell United Methodist Church. Cards available at the funeral home. children. Formerly of DU' quesne, PA. September 19, NEWMAN 1991. Age 88. Divine Liturgy will be Monday, September 23, at the St. Nicholas Russian Ortho dox Church, In Duquesne, PA, Relatives and friends in Cincin Bill D beloved husband of Eva M., loving father of William Newman, Pamela Moore and David Newman, dear grandfa DOSSMAN Adam E., beloved husband of the late Laura M, Renner Doss-man, loving lather of Margaret Macomber, James E. and Arthur J. Dossman, grandfather of 15 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, brother-in-law of Marie and John Naegele. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 87 years. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer and Anderson Funeral Home, 3425 Harrison Ave., Saturday, September 21, from 9 to 10:30 A.M. Funeral Mass, Our Lady of visitation Church at 1 1 A.M. BY PEGGY LANE The Cincinnati Enquirer Marion O'Rourke, a lifelong grower of perennials known for her wide-ranging knowledge about botany, died Tuesday at Providence Hospital. Mrs. O'Rourke, 85, apparently suffered a heart attack, family members said. Mrs. O'Rourke established O'Rourke's Hardy Perennials in Groesbeck in 1937 and was well-known for her willingness to help others learn about them and unwillingness to sell to someone unworthy of the plants. She is widely known to have refused to sell if ther ot Jamie, Angie, billy, nati may call Friday, from 5 to 8 P.M. at the Schmidt-Dhonau Funeral Home, 10980 Reading Road, Sharonville. Memorials may be made to the American World War I Vet World War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf Nickey and Kimmy, brother of Richard Newman. September 18, 1991. Age 61 years. Resident of Sayler Park. Visitation Saturday, 9 A.M. until time of service at 10 A.M. at the Argo, Bolton & Lunsford Funeral Diabetes Association or charity ot choice. 10 Monuments IUCHES Home, 100 S. Miami Ave, Cleves, OH. Memorials may be Eva Louise (nee Lawson), beloved wife of the late Raymond Hughes, dear mother of Roy directed to the Sayler Park Church of Christ or the Ameri she thought a potential customer would kill a plant or wouldn't appreciate it. and Donald Osborne, also sur can Heart Association. O'Rourke, Groesbeck. Two recent employees have since established their own businesses, based on the knowledge she imparted. "She was an encyclopedia" when it came to plant information, said Judy Harmon, who recently opened a plant business in Mount Healthy. "She gave me an appreciation for all plants." Mona Lowe in Metamora,. Ind., another student about to open her own business, said, "I learned more from her than any school could have taught me. There wasn't anything she didn't know about perennials. She was an incredible lady." Mrs. O'Rourke's perennial business remains in the family, operated by son Matt and his wife, Mary Beth. Also surviving are another son, Michael of Cincinnati, six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. A rosary service will be held at 9:45 a.m. today at Nurre Bros. Funeral Home, 5907 Cheviot Road, White Oak. Mass of Christian burial will be said at 10:30 a.m. today at St. James Church of White Oak, 3565 Hubble Road, with burial in St. James Cemetery. Memorials can be made to the Franciscan Missionary of Mary, in care of Sister Theresa Zavoga, 399 Fruithill Ave., North Providence, R.I. 02511, the Catholic Medical Board, in care of the Rev. James Yannarell, 10 W. Seventh St., New York, N.Y. 10011, or to a charity of the donor's choice. REBOLD FUNERAL HOME 0 Marker! Monuments Flower Vases vived by seven grandchildren NORFLEET and nine great-grandchildren. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Patricia Ann, beloved wife of Darwin E. Norfleet, devoted 3700 GLENMORE 661-6200 Age 80 years. Funeral from the Gump-Holt Funeral Home, 3440 mother of Rita R. Norfleet, sis THOMPSON Norbert F. "Tubby", beloved husband of Dorothy S. "Dolly' (nee Wilbeck) Thompson, loving father of Thomas G. Thompson and Tracey A. Simmons, dear brother of Edward Thompson, Joan Lenger-ich, all of Cincinnati, Helen Rock of San Jose, CA, several nieces and nephews and many friends too numerous to mention. Suddenly, Wednesday, September 18, 1991, age 70. Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, September 21, 10 A.M. at St. William Catholic Church (Corner of Sunset and W. Eighth St.). Visitation Friday 6-9 P.M. at the Ralph Meyer 8. Deters Funeral Home, 4164 W. Eighth Street, Price Hill. Entombment St. Joseph Old Mausoleum. Memorial contributions may be made at the funeral home to the Scott Widener Fund. Glenmore Ave., Cheviot, Saturday, September 21, at 10 A.M. Friends may call from 9 A.M. 20 Announcements ELLIS Maude L, age 94 of Miamis-burg, OH formerly of the greater Cincinnati Covington area passed away Thursday morning at Sycamore Hospital in Miamisburg. She is survived by her daughter Doris J. Willis of Dayton, grandsons Ronald Las-anen of West Carrollton, OH and Douglas Lasanen of Eminence, KY and four great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Saturday at the Arlington Gardens Cemetery, Mt. Healthy, OH at 10 A.M. Memorial contributions may be made to the Lakeside Christian Church In Crescent Springs, KY. Arrangements by the Brough-Getts Funeral Home in Miamisburg. ter of Barbara Mills, Janice Cook, Phyllis Penny, Mary Meyers, Norma Gearhart, Joseph, Jerry and the late Roy M. Coomer, daughter of the late Joe and Helen Coomer. Suddenly, Tuesday, September 17, until time of service. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Shriner's Burns Hospital, A.C. DOBBLING & SON FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 She was born in Cincinnati and her parents, Anthony and Mary Denier Nieman, had a plant business in Cheviot around the turn of the century. She worked in their nursery and landscape business, and stayed in it all her life. She also helped her husband, the late John J. O'Rourke, proofread the Western Hills Press, which he owned until 1957. He and his brother also formed the O'Rourke Wrecking and Construction Cos. Mrs. O'Rourke attended many classes at Cornell University in New York, where she studied under some of the great names in botany. "She went out of her way to enlighten people" about perennials and growing plants, said a son, Matt 202 Goodman Street, 45219. 1991 at Myrtle Beach, SC. Resi dence Norwood. Friends may call Tredway-Pollitt Funeral JACKSON ElN A. GOOD 2620 E VE. 871-3433 Mrs. Katharine M 72, 3 Aloe Home Inc., 2131 Cameron Ave. (OFF THE 4100 BLOCK OF MONTGOMERY RD ), Nor Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 wood, Friday 5-9 P.M. Funeral Way, Leesburg, died Thursday, September 19. Born in North Hero, VT, she was a former resident of the Cincinnati area, moving from there to Deltona, FL in 1976 and to Leesburg in Saturday, 9:30 A.M. RUEBEL Hodapp Funeral Homes Hamilton at Elkton 7101 Vine St. 541-1040 821-0805 1987. She was a retired department store salesperson and was a member of the Grace Helen, wife of the late Sherman A. Ruebel, beloved mother of George R. Ruebel and Marian Gosey, devoted grandmother Episcopal Church of Cincinnati, Surviving are her husband Wil of six grandchildren and 12 liam Jackson, a son Thomas great-grandchildren. Tuesday, Jamison & Jamison Jr., Inc. West End Evanston 721-1616 961-7544 FISCHER Roland L, husband of the late Alice Lauer Fischer, beloved father of Roland Fischer, Tom, Richard and Harry Austin, also survived by eight grandchildren and one great-grandson. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 71 years. Residence Cleves, OH. Blessing 10:30 A.M., Monday, September 23, at the Jackman-Kercheval Funeral Home, Harrison, OH. Visitation Sunday from 5-8 P.M. Paul Jackson ot Springfield, September 17, 1991. Age 90 V ANDEN EYNDEN Frieda C, beloved wile of Jerry A. VandenEynden, devoted mother of Mrs. William (Elis-sa) MacLaughlin, grandmother ot Mrs. Susan Rasche, Mrs. Betsy Posadas and Jerry MacLaughlin, great-grandmother of Margaret Rasche, sister of Alvin Meinklng. Wednesday, September 18, 1991. Friends may call at Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Rd., Kenwood, Sunday 2-5 P.M. where funeral services will be Monday at 10 A.M. If desired, memorials may be made to St. Peter's United Church of Christ, 6120 Ridge Ave., 45213 or charity ot one's choice. years. Friends may call at the OH, a daughter Susan Ronshag-en of Madison, CT, a step Chas. A. Miller Sons Funeral Home, Hamilton Ave. at Knowl- daughter Mildred Mohler of Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas, Dayton ton St., Northside, Saturday, 10 Desert Hot Springs, CA, three A.M. until time of funeral serv brothers Tom Bushey ot snel-burne, VT, Paul Bushey of Willi- ice at 11 A.M. Donations may be directed to the donor's fa ford, AR and Wallace Bushey vorite charity or to First United ot Hernando, FL, three grandchildren and one great-grand Church ot Christ, Hoftner St. child. Memorial Service at the SCHAAL James A., M.D., beloved hus Beyers Funeral Chapel, Leesburg, FL, Saturday at 1 1 A.M. KRAMER band of Sue Culpepper Schaal, loving father of James R. and John A. D. Schaal and Bruce and Melody Schaal Anderson, devoted grandtather of Laurie John A., husband of Ruth Matthew Kramer, father ot Joan, T. P. WHITE & SONS Mt. Washington 231-7150 "Richard's left us a beautiful legacy, and this is a company that's going to go forward in tribute to that legacy," said Janet Castellini, who was installed Thursday as a board member. "He always wanted to go forward . . . Richard held nothing back, and the company's going to hold nothing back this year." Collins' death is the latest in several tragedies for the Cincinnati Ballet. On June 12, 1989, ballet soloist Antonio Carlos Sousa died in a one-car accident near Lafayette, Ind. On the same day, Louisville choreographer Patricia Olalde, who was choreographing a work for the company, died in a plane John, Mark, Michael Kramer, A. Owens, David B. and Michael James Anderson. Cynthia Turner and Daniel Fa-gin, also leaves two brothers, three sisters, eight grandchil FRECH Winston O. (Bill), beloved husband of Jo Freeh (nee Pitts), devoted father of Janice Freeh and Dr. Edward Freeh. Thursday, September 19, 1991. Age 75 years. Memorial service Sunday, 2 P.M. at Westwood First Presbyterian Church, 3011 Harrison Ave. If so desired, memorials may be made to the Shriner's Hospital for Burned and Crippled Children, 202 Goodman Street, Cintl, 45219. Retired President of Tricon Distributors. Members of Hanselmann Lodge 208 F. & A.M., Scottish Rite Valley of Cincinnati and the Syrian Temple of Cincinnati. Dalbert and Woodruff Funeral Home serving the family. 35 Florists WEVER Mabel (nee Schmidt), beloved wife of the late Walter C. Wev-er, loving mother of Madaline Halm, Walter L. Wever and the late Edward L. Wever, grandmother of 12 grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, sister of Mildred Wagner, Dorothy Ohmer, Lorraine Martin, Lucy Gundrum, Arthur, Norbert, Fred and Harry Schmidt and the late Irvin and Howard Schmidt. Wednesday, September 18, 1991. Friends may call at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home, 4619 Delhi Rd., Friday 5-9 P.M. Funeral Mass Saturday, September 21, St Martin Church, 10:30 A.M. Wednesday, September 18, 1991, Westwood. Friends may call at the W. Mack Johnson & Anderson Funeral Home, 1309 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills, dren and two great-grandchildren, Thursday, September 19, 1991. Residence Norwood. No visitation. Private services at Sunday 6-8 P.M. Funeral serv ices and interment will be at the convenience of the family YjV1 Funeral Flowers the convenience of the family. Contributions may be made to the charity of the donor's Memorials may be made to the choice. Arrangements by Tred- Good Samaritan Hospital vi iMrauij m uoihii nun 961-6622 City Wide. J Dv Drtrwy way-Pollitt Funeral Home, Inc., Dept. of Internal Medicine, 375 Norwood. Dixmyth Ave (45220) Lewis Center Collins CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l Collins had been driving to Knoxville, Tenn., to attend a meeting with the City Ballet of Knoxville, which shares the company with the Cincinnati Ballet. 'Dream came true' Colins, a native of London, England, joined the Cincinnati Ballet as ballet master and teacher for the 1988-89 season. He was appointed co-artistic director with Ivan Nagy in March, 1990, and became artistic director in August, 1990. In May, Collins arranged a highly successful collaboration among the Cincinnati Ballet, choreographer Christopher Bruce and the traditional Irish band the Chieftains in Sergeant Early's Dream. "Richard was so full of life and ideas. We were planning so many things," Chieftains leader Paddy Moloney said Thursday from his home in Dublin, Ireland, upon learning of Collins death. "He had worked so hard to bring us to Cincinnati to play Sergeant Early. It was Richard's dream and his dream came true. He worked a miracle. Now that this has happened to him, there should be a concentrated effort to make Sergeant Early happen in a bigger way." Collins, Cincinnati Ballet and the Chieftains were planning an Australian tour of Sergeant Early's Dream, Moloney said. A graduate of Oxford University, Collins began his dance career with London's Royal Ballet School. In 1968, he became the first Englishman to train with the Bolshoi Ballet. In 1970, he joined the Bol-shoi's corps de ballet and then became a soloist, j He recounted , his experiences there in a book, Behind the Bolshoi Curtain. His novel, Minka, was published in 1986,- the same year he collaborated with composer Ka-zimiercz Ozga on the children's musical Cacophonia, which was produced in Poland. In 1973, Collins became a soloist with the London Festival Ballet and taught at the Royal Ballet School. From 1975 to 1977, he was a principal dancer with the Irish National Ballet and performed with the Royal Ballet Company and Ballet Rambert. Wanted to start school "The ballet has lost a wonderful teacher and organizer and administrator," said Jefferson James, director of the Contemporary Dance Theatre. "We shared the same ideas, that dance is not something on a pedestal, that dance is something human and communicative. "He really wanted the community to be more involved," James said. "He wanted to start a school. He already started an education program, and just a lot of things to make dance and ballet more personal and make it more important to the audience." Paul Stuhlreyer III, Cincinnati Ballet executive director, said Collins had completed plans for the company's 1991-92 season. "He had a great vision, and you will see the results of that vision this year," Stuhlreyer said. The annual meeting of the ballet's board of directors opened Thursday evening with an announcement of Collins' death, followed by a few words of tribute, then a moment of silence in his memory, said Stuhlreyer. "As he would wish, we carried on with the business the company." crash. Service planned at Emery The Cincinnati Ballet will conduct a memorial service for Collins at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Emery Theatre, 1112 Walnut St., Over-the-Rhine. Thursday night, Moloney was uncertain whether he and the other Chieftains would fly from Dublin for Saturday's memorial service at the Emery. "I should be there," he said. "It would be the right thing to do. . . . Tomorrow we'll decide what to do for poor Richard, God love him." Surviving are his wife, Elizabeth; two daughters, Leah and Martha; a son, Toby; and a stepson, Ian. His mother and two brothers live in England. Funeral arrangements were pending Thursday. Enquirer reporters Cliff Radel and Anthony Necly contributed to this story. ; CONTINUED FROM PAGE B-l weeks ago, Hogan ordered the staff to look into two incidents related to the Lewis Center: A 35-year-old Clifton man committed suicide after being released a day after he was admitted to the center on a referral from University Hospital. A former Lewis Center patient was denied readmission on the basis that he was "mentally ill and potentially dangerous." Critics of the Lewis Center and the state's decision to close the Rollman Psychiatric Institute in 1990 and merge the two institutions contend that those cases are among many examples of problems at the center. They contend that since the merger, more mentally ill are coming into the Lewis Center but are not receiving adequate care. Tom Woodruff, president of the union that represents Lewis Center professional employees, said the state investigation announced Thursday would not go far enough. "These policies were all under the state's direction. And for the state to now say it's going to investigate what (it) required is worse than asking the fox to investigate a missing chicken from the chicken coop," he said. Woodruff is calling for an independent investigation of Lewis Center policies. "It is an internal investigation and we would expect nothing but a cover-up from it," he said. The independent team should begin with a representative from city council or one appointed by council and local judges who are concerned .about Lewis Center practices, he said. An assistant to Saundra Jenkins, chief executive officer of the Lewis Center said Jenkins was "not allowed to comment at this time." Hightower-Leftwich stressed the investigation was not just an investigation of what happens at the Lewis Center. Investigators will examine "if we have set up a system that we admit or discharge in a timely manner, or if we are receiving admissions that we should be receiving or if (those patients) should be referred somewhere else." There is no timetable for completion of the investigation, but Hightower-Leftwich said she expects the team to report back to Hogan with findings and possible recommendations. t i

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